Gates to leave Microsoft

"Gates to leave Microsoft"

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Bill Gates, the owner of Microsoft has announced he is to "reorder his priorities" and move from his role as president of Microsoft to focus more on his charities. His departure is set to be in 2008.

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15-06-2006, 19:18:13

Ham
use the forum search. Put in servers and sift for five minutes. Thats what i do.

15-06-2006, 19:19:49

NickS
F that. I think they shld have a sticky! We want stickies!!

Nick

15-06-2006, 19:27:59

Ham
Lazy sob.

Pub:
212.69.36.85:27015

Zombie:
212.69.36.86:27015

15-06-2006, 19:52:05

Raging
its not lazyness its the fact that new users and whatnot shouldnt haveto search for the server ip's,they should already be noted somewhere easily findable.

cheers.

15-06-2006, 19:54:47

NickS
[quote=raging-savage]its not lazyness its the fact that new users and whatnot shouldnt haveto search for the server ip's,they should already be noted somewhere easily findable.

cheers.[/quote]

Well said. Thanks for sharing though, Ham. :)

Nick

15-06-2006, 20:15:09

Raging
another suggestion is for the actual server,a program(or whatever you call extras for css servers)
called "ace rates" would be good.

there are a lot of rate hackers around these days,it adjusts rates automatically when the people join to whatever you set it-to set them to

a lot of servers have this and some other little things to help make players experiences more 'fun' :)

cheers.

16-06-2006, 03:05:22

Jim
There was a Sticky in the Software>Games section - I've now copied this to the clan section :p

16-06-2006, 04:15:28

PV5150

there are a lot of rate hackers around these days,it adjusts rates automatically

I thought Mani Admin was able to 'force rates' anyway, it just needed to be set within the server config. I may be wrong though :wavey:

16-06-2006, 04:58:17

Dav0s
check my avatar :D

16-06-2006, 05:00:31

Jim

I thought Mani Admin was able to 'force rates' anyway, it just needed to be set within the server config. I may be wrong though :wavey:



Not on the version we use afaik. There are ways to do it with scripts that run on the server, but setting everybody's rates the same is not the answer.

For starters people get used to the rates that they are running, and chaing them will prolly p155 them off, then you have to take into account that some people may be on slow connections or located in a different country and lower their rates in order to reduce loss/choke.

The way i see it, the only way to get around this is to manually check the rates so that we don't end up rubbing ppl the wrong way ;)
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